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<span>It is time to go "all-in" with digital transition and realize its true end-point.</span>
<span>Containing studied critiques and survival strategies, The Consumerization of Learning is a distillation of knowledge from the author's epic road trip to every major U.S. city. This is a book for educational leaders, teachers and parents as well as curriculum publishers.</span><span> </span><span>Find out about schools in the age of experience</span><span><span></span></span><span>, the digital war for balance, </span><span>what the future "you" </span><span><span></span></span><span>will do to gain knowledge, the market blur, the jerk,</span><span> digital curriculum evaluation, the hidden villain in </span><span>institutional learning,teacher transformation, t</span><span>he anti-tech of love, </span><span>educators as software mavens, schools </span><span>becoming thrilling expos, </span><span>conquering time, and other epiphanies.</span>
<ul><li>Conquering Time</li><li>The Grand Scheme</li><li>A Model Architecture for Schools</li><li>The Characteristics of Digital Curriculum</li><li>Evaluating Digital Curriculum</li><li>Un-gating Potential and Rigor</li><li>Love, the Anti-Tech</li><li>Paying for It</li></ul><span> </span>
This is a deep dive into the disruption at hand for the way leaders lead education digitally. It highlights consumerization as the act of making something desirable and consumable by the individual. If schools fully discover and adapt to consumerization's ingenuity, it has the power to give teachers back time that can be turned to attention on students, to create more hands-on learning activities, and to guide students in the fullness of a digital learning experience.
Read this book and be part of the discussion about how schools are finding a new relevancy at the natural end-point of digital transition: maximized live experience and quality digital learning, also known as "expo"education.
bound: 396 pages
publisher: Outskirts Press (March 30, 2017)
isbn: 1478782323, 978-1478782322,
weight: 1.2 pounds (